I’m back!! and….

31 07 2009

Hi, guys I really missed your comments and support ;sorry for being lazy lately but I have been going through allot including calling off our wedding — FYI my ex fiance was an amazing American guy– and trying to get-over the thought of wither it was the right decision or the wrong one? Hopefully it was right although I lost my best friend for now!

as you can all tell I was raised all my life in Saudi but I was influenced by my spiritual father while growing up. Because of that I am different than the regular Saudi female, and no one thought I will ever be able to settle down with an Arab! so the sweet American husband — currently my disappointed best friend– was what everyone else expected to be the ultimate fit for me. through the breakup it was really hard to feel single again as everyone thought we are going back together and that he was my Only Hope to have a family!! Of-course because no Arabic Man, would want to marry a women who doesn’t want to change and loves being strong to speak her right without buttering her words and act like he’s her hero!! but that is every man not only Arabs, most of strong looking men –in general– like to feel they are saviors or chasers and i am not interested in these two types!! 🙂 but still like to be with a strong-good- looking man 😉 who doesn’t need to save me from my womanly demons !!

Yes, I will be blogging about my experience and my thoughts and my search for what they call love 🙂 not from my prospective only!!– i have never been in a happy love–but I’ve been asking couples and elders about what they mean when they say ( I am or I was in Love) and I am concentrating on the happy love not the dramatic falling-in-love type of love..

I think there is a different love that we cannot reach, because we are influenced by all the old sad stories that ends with marriage = happiness??? We became brain washed and are forced to believe that sadness leads to happiness! example: the more your in pain because u miss someone this means you love them more than someone else who it doesn’t hurt as much to miss!!

maybe I am wrong and maybe I am right, maybe I will find the happy love and maybe the only love out there is the dramatic love!!

bare with me and please support me in my search for the happy love!! maybe you can tell me your story and the happiest love that is free of major drama you’ve been or still in?

Have a nice weekend, I’m about to finish mine 🙂


Gaming Top 200

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The top 200 Online Gaming, Check it out


And now it’s Shiite vs. Shiite

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Brazil: Bloggers united against WordPress ban

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The First Campaign by Garrett M. Graff

23 04 2008

Click on the Book!!

Blogging for Business

23 04 2008

A “Weblog” – or “blog,” for short – is a Web site that consists of a collection of posts,
or entries, organized in reverse chronological order.

  • “Blogs are ideal for providing a fl ow of time-sensitive information, such as commentary and analysis of events.

Typical blogs include the following features:

  • Description
  • “Posts”
  • “Comments”
  • “Trackback”
  • “Permalink”
  • “Sidebars”

Using blogging in business “When  Pitching Your Business to a Blogger”:

• Keep it short.
• Start a conversation.
• Don’t ask directly for a link or a mention.
• Target individual bloggers; don’t send a mass e-mail.
• Focus on why the blogger might be interested in your product or service.

The Search

23 04 2008

Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page met as graduate students at California’s
Stanford University, a top-notch academic center that encouraged students to find
practical applications for their knowledge. While searching for a dissertation topic, Page
became intrigued with the Web. He began investigating the links to various Web sites.
This led him to a more refined idea: create a system to track academic citations (HTML
links) or annotations (the wording describing the link) in online publications.
In the Web early days it was really difficult tracking
a link backward,Page worked to develop a prioritizing system, “PageRank,” which measured the number
of links connecting related sites. As he and Brin collaborated on Page Rank, they testing
and, to their surprise, their crawler and ranking system better than existing search engines,
such as Alta Vista, Info seek and Excite. They found that their Web crawler knew no
limits; it could grow as fast as the Web. To name it, they chose a variation of googol, the
mathematical term for a one followed by 100 zeros. Brin and Page launched Google in
August 1996 as a tool on the Stanford University Web site.